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Survey on the receptiveness of Electric Cars

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 Hello,

I'm currently doing a project on the receptiveness of Electric Cars and I would greatly appreciate it if you could help me out with a survey. It shouldnt take very long, the link is as follows: http://www.esurveyspro.com/Survey.aspx?id=8605f777-9c42-433c-9a94-9a5abcf3b665

Thank you so much for your help, and I would greatly appreciate it!

 

Stephanie

post #2 of 5

Done.

 

Can you share with us a bit more about your project? Who it's for, what the purpose is? Any way you'll be able to share the results with us? Thanks!

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Originally Posted by LobsterLeaves View Post

 Hello,
I'm currently doing a project on the receptiveness of Electric Cars and I would greatly appreciate it if you could help me out with a survey.

Stephanie


That survey would not accept USA or United States or San Francisco, CA., United States.  Happy to help promoting my interest in electric vehicles if I could!

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Thread Starter 

Its actually a school project, we're doing it for the international company Better Place. They're based in Israel and have made much headway in terms of actually implementing electic cars, not just talking about it like alot of governments here in Singapore/SEA do.

 

Anyway although our focus is more on consumers in SEA, I am hoping to gain more insight into the general attitude towards electric cars. So far, the response has been very interesting, we have seen people who do not believe that using electric cars will help the environment in any way and therefore would not be interested in them at all. Also, the open ended question that asks for the user to say what comes to mind for "electric cars" and "clean technology", we get interesting responses like "slow, low efficiency, ugly, expensive, does not help the environment unless the electicity is generated from renewable resources".

 

I will update you guys in a couple of weeks when the survey matures. Meanwhile, please do continue to participate in this insightful survey! :)

 

Stephanie

post #5 of 5

Filled it out a few days back. It certainly will be interesting to see the results.

 

I think you have to figure on the middle 50% or more not replying with both the strong for's and against's turning out in force - we will see.  

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